Portals Exposed: The Truth Uncovered, Coming March 21-23
Press release from the issuing company
2/8/01 - Portals Exposed is a portals conference that focuses on answering the "how" questions associated with building a portal. Leading industry vendors will be showcasing their solutions and products in workshops geared to help attendees select the right technologies to implement a corporate portal.
"If you have the mandate to build a portal to meet your e-business goals, Portals Exposed is the event for you. First, you'll prepare by hearing firsthand about the implementation challenges in our carefully selected conference sessions. Then, you'll get started by finding the best solutions to meet your requirements by getting 'under the hood' of leading portal technologies in our exploration workshops. You'll get all of this in one place at Portals Exposed: The Truth Uncovered," said Michael Maziarka, Director, Dynamic Content Software Strategies, CAP Ventures, Inc.
The following is a sampling of the workshop participants, sponsors, and exhibitors that will be highlighted at Portals Exposed: The Truth Uncovered:
Founding Sponsor, Sequoia Software is a provider of XML-pure portal software. An early innovator of XML-based interactive portal technology, Sequoia continues to break new ground with next-generation solutions that capitalize on and enhance the processes, personnel, and applications businesses have in place, repositioning them for success in today's electronic economy.
Hummingbird develops enterprise software solutions that provide access to all business-critical information and resources, aggregated and categorized through a single user interface. Hummingbird EIP (Enterprise Information Portal) is the cornerstone product of the firm's e-Business solutions. Integrated within Hummingbird EIP are the firm's proven technologies for host access, data integration, reporting and analytics, and content & knowledge management.
Inxight Software, Inc., develops, markets and supports proprietary visual navigation, information access and content analysis software products and services that lets users navigate, preview and analyze online information faster, easier and more intuitively. The company's knowledge extraction and information visualization tools are suitable for information intensive online applications.
The exhibit area will provide a forum for attendees to network with vendors and view publications that will offer the expert advice their looking for. Exhibitors and sponsors in this area include DigitalOwl, Documentum, Fortune, Hummingbird, Integrated Solutions, Intelligent Enterprise, Inxight Software, Inc., Sequoia Software and TheBrain Technologies Corporation. The conference will be held March 21-23, 2001, at the Hotel Inter-Continental in Miami, Florida.
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